The world can be a dangerous place. And while personal security is a fundamental human need, it is ultimately a personal responsibility. In the moment of truth, the “lifeguards” of society simply won’t be there to protect us - whether from street crime or the potential of mass homicide. We are, in effect, on our own.
Yet violence is never random. Even the most desperate predator is careful in selecting his victims. And “bad guys” of all types – from the street criminal to the workplace shooter always follow a predictable continuum of behavior the elements of which can be identified—in advance—by easily spotted “indicators”—if you know what to look for.
This training teaches participants how to recognize when they might be in danger, avoid and deter threats directed towards them, and how to decisively respond if avoidance fails.
During this session, presented jointly with the Pittsburgh Society of Association Executives, you will learn:
- How to recognize warning signs of potentially violent individuals
- What to do if you think you are being targeted
- What to do in an Active Shooting Situation
11:00 am - Registration & Networking
11:45 am - Luncheon
12:30 pm - Presentation
1:45 pm - Program completion and hotel tour
About our Speaker:
A Chicago native, James Ashbaucher has been a member of the INPAX team since 2012, where he teaches personal and corporate protection as well as defensive firearms applications. Prior to joining us at INPAX, James served as a US Marine, during which time he was assigned to provide security for convoys and protection for the EOD Teams in Iraq. James uses his professional and personal experiences to convey the INPAX systems of analysis and application with a unique passion.
The POWER of One: Please help the POWER Chapter with a community outreach project. We will be collecting nonperishable food items to be donated. Thank you!